Global Established Multidisciplinary Sites (GEMS)
About the GEMS:
The aim of the Global Established Multidisciplinary Sites (GEMS) is to encourage faculty and students from across the Johns Hopkins University to work together to solve global health problems. Faculty mentors working on an international project that requires a multidisciplinary approach are encouraged to apply to develop a site.
Sites are expected to host and mentor 3-5 students from 3 or more different disciplines to collaborate and develop a solution to the proposed problem. The Center for Global Health will provide financial support for coordination and for student travel. The Center will also be involved in project planning and execution. Each site is eligible to receive up to $10,000 in coordination costs and to up to $20,000 to distribute to students traveling to GEMS. Funding is for one year of support.
2018 GEMS: Please join us in congratulating this year's GEMS awardees!
Students interested in joining a GEMS should directly contact the investigators below.
Eldoret, Kenya: Feasibility and acceptability of integrating HIV care delivery into microfinance groups in western Kenya
Peru, Uganda, Nepal: Implementation of case finding and self-management action plans for COPD
Bolivia: The DART Study - Development of an Antigen Rapid dipstick Test for Bedside Detection of Pediatric Tuberculosis
India: Prevention of anemia in women in Bhikamkor, India
South Africa: Matla Mobile: a patient-centere mHealth system to improve HIV care continuum
Please direct questions about the GEMS Program to:
Anna Kalbarczyk, MPH
Manager, Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health
Faculty, Department of International Health, JHSPH
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